Cocktails at the Watering Hole: The Singita Sunrise
Experience | January 24, 2014
A poolside aperitif is the perfect way to end a sweltering summer’s day in the bush. Returning from an evening game drive, you are met by the glow of the hurricane lamps dotting the wooden deck, as their reflection glistens on the water. The gentle clink of ice in your glass is accompanied by the singing of crickets and the distant grunting of a lion rising from his daytime slumber.
One of our most popular cocktails is the Singita Sunrise, a rebranded version of the classic tequila-based drink.
Ingredients – what you need:
45ml (3 parts) tequila
90ml (6 parts) orange juice
15ml (1 part) Grenadine syrup
Orange slice and a cherry to garnish
Method – what to do:
Pour the tequila and orange juice into glass over ice.
Add the grenadine, which will sink to the bottom.
Do not stir. Garnish and serve.
Why not make your own Singita Sunrise this weekend? Share your photos with us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and tag them with #singitasunrise.